Indigo 0.9.6 Vs FryRender 1.8 demo(up-date)

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Post by Kosmokrator » Thu Aug 30, 2007 9:43 am

unfortunaly...as i can see the fry render image exept the contrast (i like it)...i think it have more correct shadows in the room....i dont know how much the same is the scenes between renderers.....may be i try and one test my self soon with thees 3 progs!
indigo is far far the clearest of all! :wink:
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Post by filippo » Thu Aug 30, 2007 9:55 am

the last image to compare Indigo 0.9.6 Vs maxwell render 1.5 Vs fryrender 1.8......all the image they have been realized whit the same workstation in 32 minutes......whit connection to 3d studio max 9
I leave you the appraisals
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Post by filippo » Thu Aug 30, 2007 10:02 am

the comparison......indigo 0.9.6(exit portal on) Vs Maxwell render 1.5 Vs fryrender 1.8(exit portal on) 32 minutes of render
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Post by lwan » Thu Aug 30, 2007 11:06 am

how are you doing your portal ? is it down as it should and as it is explained in the tutorial ? normals must be facing inward, portal object must be tagged as exit portal either in host application via fry object modifier or in the OBJ tab in main application.

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Post by vansan » Thu Aug 30, 2007 11:14 am

My speed tests, for picture quality comparison.
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fryrender image, 50 mins.
Supersampling ON.
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fryrender image, 10 mins.
Supersampling ON.
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fryrender image, 10 mins.
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winner!_mayak_050_vray50night_indigo.max-50min.jpg
This is Indigo PT+BiDir, 50 min. render, crisp and nearly clean! I really like the AA, very detailed render quality!
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This is Indigo PT+BiDir render, 10 mins.
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Post by lwan » Thu Aug 30, 2007 11:15 am

vansan wrote:Maxwell 1.5 and Fry beta1.8 sacrificed the sharpness of the render to speed up noise clearing.

Indigo is the best! :)
bluriness has nothing to do with noise cleaning but with AA filtering. Real cameras are a little blurry too, that's why your 8Mpixels photos looks better downsized.

there is a little checkboxe called "S" near the output size. if checked, it enable supersampling. in most cases it's useless and memory hungry so it's off by default. that's all.

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Post by vansan » Thu Aug 30, 2007 11:24 am

Thanks lwan, I appreciate your help.
In earlier beta-versions supersampling was on by default, I just didn't get it :oops:

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Post by filippo » Thu Aug 30, 2007 11:37 am

VERY GOOD TEST..
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Post by Kojack » Fri Aug 31, 2007 3:29 am

hmmm... Fry result looks like SanAndreas style :)
nice tests

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Post by Kram1032 » Fri Aug 31, 2007 3:33 am

WITH supersampling, fry is quite good :)
But STILL far away from being as sharp as indigo :D
If Indigo gets that fast, it definitely is the winner :D (for now, it might be preference, which means, for me, Indigo already IS the winner :D)

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Post by suvakas » Fri Aug 31, 2007 3:40 am

Mesh errors near the door on Indigo image :)
Normal smoothing should be off i think.

Nice test though.

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Post by lwan » Fri Aug 31, 2007 4:21 am

sharpness/blurrines is really just a matter of AA filtering.
fry used to have a whole set of AA filters, including box filtering (very sharp and basic), but we decided that fry should include the fewest settings possible on the rendering process, so that you tweaks settings only if you need them.

BTW, are you sure your camera focus point is OK ? just wondering because the blur here is a little bit stronger than usual.

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Post by vansan » Fri Aug 31, 2007 5:51 am

It's a shame that AA filtering selection is gone.
As for the camera focus - it's OK. Many folks experienced that issue and are very unpleased with it. Some people just can't live without strong AA filters, lol :lol:

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Post by Ana028 » Fri Aug 31, 2007 7:05 am

I prefer indigo than fryrender. I like the indigo result. But fryrender it's more complete, has a great menu with a lot of options, you can config in the menu the lights, cameras, surfaces, etc.. indigo only has a menu in the exporters. If indigo one day would have a menu such as fryrender indigo would be one of the most renders engine.

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